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The rain continued to follow us intermittently. If we didn’t know any better, we would have thought that Old Blue had it lassoed and tied to our bumper. It rains what, 2 inches a year here?
We stopped at Mr. D’s in Kingman, AZ, for a delicious diner-style lunch. Good burgers, cute place, and about the only place open on Sunday in Kingman, other than a Mexican bar, but we had had Mexican food ...
... main road where there was an RV site; we caught up on laundry, had dinner and settled down to some rummy (I'm WELL in the lead now, Erin is most vexed). While playing I poked my head behind the curtain and was stunned by the number of stars I could see. We spend the next hour sat outside the RV staring at the Milky Way (Erin had never seen this in real life before - it took a while to convince her it wasn't just a cloud). We also saw a few shooting stars. Excellent end to the day.
... l'œil mural on the wall behind the statue of the reflection of a red flatbed Ford pickup truck driven by a blonde-haired woman and there is the red Ford pickup on the corner! The second floor window a man and woman embracing. The Eagles played out into the street. Perfect. The second thing is the Meteor Crater about 6 miles out of Winslow just off the a Route. A big hole ...
... The building is a converted trading post from the late 1800s. It was the only trading post that the Native Americans were permitted to do any trade.
Winslow is famous for the Eagles song 'Take It Easy', released in the early 1970s. So of course we searched out the famous corner and stood on it. There were many Eagles souvenir stores, sort of the Eagles equivalent of the Elvis Presley ...
... of ruins which along with the descriptions provided require imagination to visualize what it might have been like. I Googled "Pueblos" and downloaded a few pictures to help your imagination and visualize what this settlement might have looked like.
It is estimated that this Pueblo would have had 1800 to 2000 rooms. It covered an area about 1000 feet by about 1000 feet. They have only excavated a small section and unearthed 5 rooms. As you will ...